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Module 4: Teamwork:Being an Effective Team Member
Emanuel LL, Taylor L, Hain A, Combes JR, Hatlie MJ, Karsh B, Lau DT, Shalowitz J, Shaw T, Walton M,eds.The Patient Safety Education ProgramCanada (PSEPCanada) Curriculum. © PSEP – Canada,2011.This module was revised in 2017. Acknowledgements to Joan Fernandez, Canadian Patient Safety Instituteand Sean Teed, Dalhousie University for review and editorial contributions of the module.The PSEP – Canada curriculum received editorial contributions from Phil Hassen, International Society forQuality Assurance in Health Care, John Wade, Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Paula Beard,Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Marie Owen, Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Julie Barré, CanadianPatient Safety Institute, Gordon Wallace, Canadian Medical Protectorate Society, Carolyn Hoffman,Alberta Health Services, Deborah Danoff, Canadian Medical Protectorate Society, Linda Hunter, TheOttawa Hospital, Jane Mann, Fraser Health, Wayne Millar, Eastern Health, Sherissa Microys, The OttawaHospital, Donna Davis, Patients for Patient Safety Canada, Elinor Caplan, Patients for Patient SafetyCanada, Hugh MacLeod, Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Redouane Bouali, The Ottawa Hospital, AlanBaxter, The Ottawa Hospital, Lisa Calder, The Ottawa Hospital, Craig Bosenburg, Vancouver IslandHealth Authority, Susan MacKnak, Regina Qu’apelle Regional Health Authority, Annamarie Fuchs,Consultant, Anne Bialachowski, Community and Hospital Infection Control Association-Canada, JoanneHabib, Community and Hospital Infection Control Association-Canada, Deborah Simmons, University ofTexas Health Science Center at Houston, and Lisa Little, Consultant.Acknowledgements to Sandi Kossey, Canadian Patient Safety Institute, Erin Pollock, Canadian PatientSafety Institute, Ioana Popescu, Canadian Patient Safety Institute, and Morgan Truax, Canadian PatientSafety Institute for their work on the appendices, glossary, and Canadian reference list; to Hina Laeeque,Canadian Patient Safety Institute, for her contribution to the Canadian editing process; to Denise Sorel andAnne MacLaurin for their review and insight of content pertaining to theSafer Healthcare Now!program;to Julie Langlois, Accreditation Canada, for her work mapping the Required Organizational Practices andStandards.Permission to reproduce PSEP – CanadaCore Curriculummaterials is granted for non-commercialeducational purposes only, provided that the above attribution statement and copyright are displayed.Commercial groups hosting not-for-profit programs must avoid use of products, images or logos from thecommercial entity with PSEP – Canada materials.PSEP – Canada is a partnership between the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI) and the Patient SafetyEducation Program, which is housed at the Buehler Center on Aging, Health & Society at NorthwesternUniversity, Chicago, USA. The PSEP – Canada Curriculum is an adaptation of the PSEP Core Curriculum.

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